[ComCo-2019] Computational Cognition 2019, Osnabrück, Germany

Call for participation and contributions:

*Computational Cognition 2019 Workshop*
1-2 October, 2019, Osnabrück, Germany

www.comco2019.com <http://comco2019.com/>

** An interdisciplinary networking event / scientific workshop **

We would like to draw your attention to an upcoming scientific community
event.

A lot is known about the neural signals underlying basic sensorimotor
processes and also a fair bit about the cognitive processes
involved in reasoning, problem-solving, or language. However, explaining
how high-level cognition can arise from low-level
mechanisms is a long-standing open problem in Cognitive Science. Therefore,
this workshop tackles problems such as grammar
learning, structured representations, or the production of complex
behaviors with neural modeling, aiming to contribute to the
re-integration of Cognitive Science and Artificial Intelligence.

*COMCO 2019* brings together experts studying the mind from a computational
point of view to better understand human and
machine intelligence. Thus, if you are interested in the following or
related fields, this event is for you:

– Cognitive Science
– Artificial Intelligence
– Deep Learning
– Neuroscience
– Linguistics

This workshop will combine poster sessions and, invited speakers and
participants contributed talks in a networking and
ideas-exchanging event on the splendid setting of the Botanical Garden in
Osnabrück.

Invited and confirmed speakers:

– *Karl Friston*, University College London
– *Colin Phillips*, University of Maryland
– *Roger Levy*, Massachusets Institute of Technology
– *Terrence Stewart*, University of Waterloo
– *Will Monroe*, Standford University and Duolingo
– *Dieuwke Hupkes*, University of Amsterdam

We encourage participants to submit a 1-page (A4 format) abstract for
presenting their research projects at the poster session
and/or to give a 20 minute contributed talk among our invited speakers. For
that, please note the following deadlines:

– Abstract submission: September 1st
– Acceptance notification: September 10th
– Bachelor and Master students: 50 Euro
– Other participants: 125 Euro

Also, please note the following deadlines:

– Registration: September 1st
– Registration fee payment: September 15th
– Registration cancellation: September 20th

We are looking forward to meeting you at the workshop!

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*Organized by the ComCo-2019 Team:*
Britta Grusdt
Marc Vidal De Palol
Chris Lukanov

team@comco2019.com

Institute of Cognitive Science,
*University of Osnabrück*

www.comco2019.com


CfP for WS on Language Learning at ICDL Epirob

Dear Colleagues,

As part of the upcoming ICDL Epirob Conference in Oslo (Norway) we are inviting abstracts for our workshop on language learning.

Please find the Call for Papers in the following lines (apologies for multiple postings):

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Call for Papers: 3rd Workshop on Language Learning
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19th August 2019, Oslo, Norway
https://sites.google.com/view/icdl2019language/

This workshop is part of the 2019 IEEE ICDL-EPIROB conference (ICDL-EPIROB 2019)
http://www.icdl-epirob.org

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Important Dates
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June 30th, 2019, Deadline for Abstract submission
Notification of acceptance: 1-2 days after submission

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Workshop Topic
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Language Learning

Children acquire language in interactions with caregivers and peers in a socio-cultural environment. When children start to talk, their visual perception, body movement, navigation, object manipulation is already reaching some level of competence. Together with developing auditory control, initial schemas for social interactions (games), communication arises gradually and embedded into the social-interactionist environment. Even though there are various efforts in developmental robotics to model communication, the emergence of symbolic communication is still an unsolved problem. We are lacking convincing theories and implementations that show how cooperation and interaction knowledge could emerge in long-term experiments with populations of robotic agents.

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Workshop format – Invited Speakers
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The workshop is planned as a full day workshop, allowing for three sessions of three talks each (20 minutes plus discussion each). There will be a total of 9 invited talks by senior researchers. Talks by senior researchers are followed by a poster session (at the end and during the first coffee break).

Speakers:
– Matthias Scheutz (Tufts University, US)
– Chen Yu (Indiana University, US)
– Kaya de Barbaro (U Texas, US)
– Joanna Rączaszek-Leonardi (U Warsaw, PL) – tentative
– Katharina Rohlfing (UPaderborn, DE) – tentative

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Submission and Publication
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We invite short abstracts (half a page up to two pages) for the workshop. The accepted abstracts will be presented in a poster session. We want to give researchers a chance to present their (ongoing) work. But we also want to provide a forum for relevant work that has recently been published in journals and other conferences.

Abstracts will be reviewed by the organizers.

Submission: half a page up to two pages Abstract.
Until June 30th, 2019
send to languagelearningcontact@gmail.com

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Organizers
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Chen Yu (Indiana University, US)
David Crandall (Indiana University, US)
Kaya de Barbaro (UTexas, US)
Malte Schilling (CITEC Bielefeld, DE)
Matthias Scheutz (Tufts University, US)
Michael Spranger (Sony Computer Science Laboratories Inc, JP)
Tadahiro Taniguchi (Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, JP)
Xavier Hinaut (INRIA, Bordeaux, France)

For more information
Contact languagelearningcontact@gmail.com
and see our webpage https://sites.google.com/view/icdl2019language/


Summer School “Recent Developments in Situated Cognition”

The DFG-Graduiertenkolleg/Research Training Group (RTG) “Situated
Cognition” presents:

Recent Developments in Situated Cognition – Empirical and Philosophical
Investigations
– Summer School –
23. – 26.09.2019
Ruhr-University Bochum
www.situated-cognition.com/conferences

Call for papers and posters – deadline extended

The summer school aims to provide state-of-the-art scientific and
research-oriented training on recent developments in situated approaches
to cognition in various research fields such as philosophy, psychology,
and neuroscience. We invite highly promising doctoral students and early
postdoctoral researchers from European and overseas universities and
research institutions. The open and constructive setting provides an
opportunity for networking, which is complemented by intensive
discussions and interactions with leading experts and fellow students.

Call for papers and posters:

Tuition is free, thanks to the DFG-Graduiertenkolleg/Research Training
Group “Situated Cognition” located at the Ruhr University Bochum and the
University of Osnabrück.

We invite applications from PhD students and post-doctoral researchers
for poster presentations and a few contributing talks. Accepted
presenters who do not have their own institutional funding will receive
support: 150 Euros for those based in Europe and 250 Euro for non-EU
students or researchers. This support will be limited to 20 persons (to
be decided after acceptance).

Topics:

Leading researchers from the fields of philosophy, experimental and
developmental psychology, as well as cognitive neuroscience will present
state-of-the-art research in the following areas:

* situated social cognition
* the concept of mental representation
* the role of gestures for cognition
* situated cognitive development
* spatial navigation
* perception-cognition interrelation
* agency & perception-action

List of confirmed keynote speakers (alphabetical order):

* Olaf Blanke (Neuroscience, EPFL Lausanne, Switzerland)
* Shaun Gallagher (Philosophy, University of Memphis, USA)
* Autumn Hostetter (Psychology, Kalamazoo College, USA)
* Fiona Macpherson (Philosophy, University of Glasgow, Scotland)
* Nicholas Shea (Philosophy, King’s College London, UK)
* Tricia (Striano) Skoler (Psychology, Hunter College, USA)
* Thomas Staufenbiel (Psychology, Universität Osnabrück, Germany)

Further speakers tba. These will include those selected in the course of
the call for papers.

How to apply?

Applicants are asked to submit the following until June 15 (notification
of acceptance in late June): Completed online application in EasyChair
by uploading one PDF file containing:

* a statement of interest/motivation (not more than 300 words)
* CV, including a list of publications (if applicable)
* an abstract of 500-700 words summarizing the presentation with a
statement whether the application is for a poster, a talk, or both

https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=sitcogsummerschool-2

Organized by members of the RTG “Situated Cognition”:
Albert Newen (Bochum), Beate Krickel (Bochum), Achim Stephan
(Osnabrück), Peter König (Osnabrück)

For further information, please visit our website or send us an email.
https://situated-cognition.com/conferences
rtg-situatedcognition[at]rub.de


Measuring Creativity – A CogSci 2019 Workshop

The workshop “Measuring Creativity” is part of the CogSci 2019 – the 41st Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, to be held in Montreal, Canada on Wednesday, July 24th – Saturday, July 27th, 2019 (Wednesday, July 24th is the Tutorials and Workshops day).

Links to the Measuring Creativity 2019 workshop <http://creacogcomp.com/MeasuringCreativity2019/measuringcreativity2019.html>, CogSci 2019 <https://cognitivesciencesociety.org/cogsci-2019/>, our CFP webpage <http://creacogcomp.com/MeasuringCreativity2019/cfp_measuringcreativity2019.html> are here.

Introduction

Various methods exist for measuring creativity, most of them in the form of creativity tests, like the Remote Associates Test, the Alternative Uses Test, TTCT, the Wallach-Kogan tests, insight problems, etc.

However, the feasibility and dependability of various types of psychometric assessment and administration of measures, as pertaining to various creativity tasks, have recently been questioned and enriched. The thought and work on the measurement of creativity are witnessing a new revival.

Recently, new methods of computationally creating stimuli for greater measurement accuracy have been developed, inspired by artificial cognitive systems that solve creativity tests. Such computational psychometrics methods have already shown to provide designs with greater control and the computational resurrection of tests which were initially proposed theoretically.

This workshop will focus on building a red thread of discussion on the current state of creativity psychometrics, integrating topics on existing classic and novel, manual and computational methods of testing and measuring creativity. The following questions will be addressed:

What creativity measuring methods exist and what are their strengths and weaknesses?
Which creativity factors are measured by the existing creativity methods? Is there an overlap of measuring methods for different factors? Are they the factors for which no methods exist or current methods are not yet up to the task?
What is the suitability of existing current methods for empirical testing versus computational modelling?
How can comparability be ensured across creativity test item sets?
What creativity metrics and methods can be used in evaluating the computational modelling of creativity?
What is the impact of artificial cognitive systems and their evaluation on creativity metrics? Of computational creativity systems and their evaluation?
What are the new computational and automatized measures of creativity, and what is their role in the ecosystem of measures?
Subjective and objective measures of creativity.
The workshop will involve three elements:
Three invited speakers from different backgrounds (Cognitive Psychology, Cognitive Neuroscience, Cognitive Systems – Computer Science) will present existing creativity measuring methods
Short presentations of papers and posters will be accepted on the topic.
The workshop will end with a panel discussion, focused on establishing future directions for methods and systems aimed at supporting creativity and problem-solving.
Topics

Measuring Creativity welcomes papers on one or more of the general topics of Cognitive and Computational methods, creative problem solving and computational creativity. Both theoretical, computationally applied and empirical papers will be accepted. We especially welcome papers which aim to bring together some of these topics.

Creative cognition
Creativity measures and Tests
Psychometrics for Creative Cognition
Computational methods for measuring creative cognition
Computational modelling
Artificial creative cognitive systems
Creative problem solving
Computational Creativity
Evaluation of natural and computational cognitive systems
Associativity and Conceptual Spaces
Semantic networks and semantic graphs
Ill-structured problem solving and Structured representations
Knowledge discovery
Creativity modelling approaches and their relation to evaluation, including Case-based reasoning, Neural networks, Evolutionary algorithms
Analogy and Metaphor
Creative assistive systems

Submission

Two types of papers are welcome:
Full research papers – up to 10 pages in LNCS format + references.
Poster abstract submissions – up to 5 pages in LNCS format (including references).
For formats, please visit our workshop’s Call For Papers webpage.

Submission is open now via EasyChair (https://easychair.org/my/conference?conf=mccogsci2019 <https://easychair.org/my/conference?conf=mccogsci2019>).

For any problems related to submission please contact Ana-Maria Olteteanu (email: ana-maria dot olteteanu at fu-berlin dot de).

Publication

The papers submitted for this workshop will be published as a CEUR-WS volume. If enough high-quality papers are received, a Special Issue will be proposed by the organizer to the Cognitive Systems Research journal, or a topic proposal will be made to TopiCS in Cognitive Science.

Important Dates

Submission of abstracts for full research papers (optional) – 7th of June, 2019.
Submission of full papers and poster abstracts – 15th of June, 2019.
Notification of acceptance – 21st of June, 2019.
Camera-ready version – 1st of July, 2019
Speakers

Richard Hass, Thomas Jefferson University, US
Evangelia Chrysikou, Drexel University, US
Ana-Maria Olteteanu, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

Program Committee (more to be added soon!)

Aenne Brielmann, New York University
Antonio Lieto, University of Turin
Ashok K. Goel, Georgia Institute of Technology, School of Interactive Computing
Boris Forthmann, University of Münster
Carlos Leon, Complutense University of Madrid
Evangelia Chrysikou, Drexel University
Kai Wang, Kean University
Karolina Rataj, Adam Mickiewicz University
Liane Gabora, University of British Columbia
Richard Hass, Philadelphia University
Sebastien Helie, Purdue University


CFP: Mental Representations in a Mechanical World, Bochum, 28.-29.11.2019

Date: 28.-29.11.2019
Venue: Beckmanns Hof, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany

Description:

The concept of representation is ubiquitous in cognitive science and in
the philosophy of mind. It seems to play two roles: on the one hand,
neural representationsare postulated by neuroscientists to explain
sub-personal phenomena such as the processing of visual information in
the brain. On the other hand, mental representations are taken to
explain person-level phenomena, such as imagination, or consciousness.
Mental representations are used to make sense of beliefs and other
propositional attitudes and posits of folk psychology.
Non-representationalists contend that postulating representations of any
sort is unnecessary or problematic. Especially the traditional objection
against representationalism, the causal impotence of representational
content, gets new force in the light of the new-mechanical approach to
explanation in life sciences. According to the new mechanists, to
explain a phenomenon is to show how it is produced by an underlying
mechanism. The challenge for representationalists is to explain how
representations can figure in these mechanisms and show that mental
representations have a place in a mechanical world.
One core question of this workshop is whether the status of neural and
mental representation is equally problematic. While sub-personal
phenomena seem to be less resistant to mechanistic explanation, many
personal-level mental phenomena seem to be “representation hungry”.
A second core question concerns the relationship between neural and
mental representations. It is often assumed that the former are needed
to account for the latter. However, naturalising neural representations,
and accounting for their explanatory utility in a mechanistic
neuroscience proves difficult. How intertwined are beliefs and desires
with neural representations? Do they only come together, or is a
conceptual repertoire including one but not the other a coherent
possibility?

Speakers:
Joe Dewhurst (LMU)
Carrie Figdor (Iowa)
Jolien Francken (Amsterdam)
Matej Kohar (RUB)
Beate Krickel (RUB)
Marcin Milkowski (Polish Academy of Sciences)
Karina Vold (Cambridge)

Call for Papers: A number of further presentation slots have been
reserved for interested scholars selected by double-blind peer review
process. The contributions should be suitable for a 30 minute
presentation. To apply, submit an anonymised abstract of 1000 words
making the thesis and argument of your contribution transparent by 16th
June via EasyChair: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=mrmw2019.
Selected participants will be notified by the end of August.

Call for Registration: Participation is free but space is limited.
Please register by Nov. 1 by filling in the form on
http://meta4e.com/workshop-registration/.

Organisation: Matej Kohár, Dr. Beate Krickel (as part of Meta4E
[www.meta4e.com])

Financial support:  Ruhr-University Research School PLUS, funded by
Germany’s Excellence Initiative [DFG GSC 98/3], DFG Research Training
Group “Situated Cognition”, and Prof. Dr. Albert Newen.


Extended Deadline CFP EuroCogSci 2019

EuroCogSci 2019
SITUATED MINDS AND FLEXIBLE COGNITION

EXTENDED DEADLINE: CALL FOR PAPERS AND POSTERS
DEADLINE EXTENDED to 15 April 2019.

The conference EuroCogSci 2019 aims at providing a platform for discussing
the most recent developments in Cognitive Science. It will feature
contributed papers, symposia, and posters covering all subfields of
cognitive science, bringing together a large number of experts from Europe
and overseas.

Venue: Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Start: Monday, September 2nd, 2019
End: Wednesday, September 4th, 2019

Keynote Speakers:
Lawrence Barsalou (University of Glasgow)
Julia Fischer (Universität Göttingen)
Patrick Haggard (UCL, London)
Asifa Majid (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics)
Brian McLaughlin (Rutgers University)
Natalie Sebanz (CEU, Hungary)
John Spencer (University of East Anglia)

Invited Symposia:

I: Situated Robotics and its Applications
Minoru Asada (Osaka University) and Etienne Burdet (Imperial College London)

II: Evolutionary Robotics
Dario Floreano (EPFL) and Patrícia A. Vargas (Heriot-Watt University)

III: Theory of Mind and Its Developments
Ágnes M. Kovács (CEU) and Albert Newen (Ruhr-Universität Bochum)

Contributed Symposia:

I: The Logic and Cognitive Science of Inferential Conditionals
Shira Elqayam (De Montfort), Igor Douven (Sorbonne), Robert van Rooji
(Ansterdam), Katrin Schulz (Amsterdam), Vincenzo Crupi (Turin), Niels
Skovgaard-Olsen (Göttingen)

II: Losing Our Grip: Psychopathology and Embodied Predictive Processing.
Julian Kivestein (Amsterdam), Jelle Bruineberg (Amsterdam), Regina Fabry
(Ruhr-Universität Bochum)

III: Cognition in Biological Systems.
Fred Keijzer (Groeningen), Rosa Cao (Stanford), Marc Artiga (València)

IV: Concepts Reasoning in Mathematics.
Véronique Izard (CNRS & Paris Descartes), Yacin Hamami (Vrije University
Brussel), Marie Amalric (Carnegie Mellon), Valeria Giardino (Archives
Henri-Poincaré)

V: Conditions and Consequences of Adopting Intentional Stance Toward Other
Agents.
Tobias Schlicht (Ruhr-Universität Bochum), Agnieszka Wykowska (Istituto
Italiano di Tecnologia, Genova), Kai Vogeley (Uniklinik Köln)

VI: Explainable Intelligent Systems and the Trustworthiness of Artificial
Experts.
Timo Speith (Saarland), Eva Schmidt (Saarland), Andreas Sesing (Saarland),
Tina Feldkamp (Saarland).

Local organizing team:

Albert Newen (main organizer), Sabrina Coninx, Onur Güntürkün, Dorothea
Kolossa, Beate Krickel, Jonas Rose, Tobias Schlicht, Gregor Schöner, Alfredo
Vernazzani, Markus Werning, Pascale Willemsen

Call for Papers and Posters

We invite contributions on recent research in any subfield of cognitive
science. More information at:
https://www.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/philosophy/EuroCogSci2019/call-for-papers-and
-posters

EXTENDED DEADLINE
for submission of papers & posters: 15 April 2019!

Call for Registration:

Early Bird registration starts on 01 April 2019. Please visit
https://www.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/philosophy/EuroCogSci2019/registration

Contact information: EuroCogSci2019@rub.de <mailto:EuroCogSci2019@rub.de>


Workshop “Measurement in Cognitive Science” (Bochum)

We cordially invite you to the workshop “Measurement in Cognitive Science”. It’ll take place on *June 5-6, 2019* at the Ruhr University Bochum (Germany).

The confirmed speakers are:
Ann-Sophie Barwich (Bloomington)
Hasok Chang (Cambridge)
Lorenza S. Colzato (Leiden/Bochum)
Jan de Ruiter (Tufts)
Alistair Isaac (Edinburgh)
Insa Lawler (Bochum)
Edouard Machery (Pittsburgh)
Joel Michell (Sydney)

Organizers: Insa Lawler (Bochum) and Edouard Machery (Pittsburgh)

The workshop is funded by the Ruhr University Bochum and the German Society for Philosophy of Science (GWP).

Workshop related information (incl. program & abstracts) is available here: https://measurementincognitivescience.wordpress.com/<https://measurementincognitivescience.wordpress.com/>

How to register: Attendance is free of charge. To sign up for the workshop, we kindly ask you to register before May 29, 2019 by filling in the following form: https://goo.gl/forms/y9v1zQLyBQJndu8s2 <https://goo.gl/forms/y9v1zQLyBQJndu8s2>

Inquiries may be addressed to insa.lawler@rub.de <mailto:insa.lawler@rub.de> (subject line: Measurement workshop)


TRACE workshop | June 28-29, Würzburg

TRACE workshop | June 28-29, Würzburg

We are pleased to announce that the 6th edition of the TRACE Workshop will be held on June 28-29, 2019, in Würzburg, Germany.

The TRACE Workshop is an international event on cognitive sciences, which aims at bringing together a vivid mixture of scientific disciplines concerned with human and animal cognition.

This year’s edition will feature the issue of Intentionality and Agency (see full CfP online).

Keynote speakers:

– Davood Gozli | University of Macau
– Simone Pika | Osnabrück University
– Nura Sidarus | École normale supérieure, Paris
– Michela Summa | University of Würzburg

Quick facts:

– oral and poster presentations are welcome.
– deadline for proposals: March 10th.
– deadline for registration: May 1st.

For additional information please see the workshop’s website:
https://sites.google.com/site/workshoptrace/2019 <https://sites.google.com/site/workshoptrace/2019>

We especially encourage young researchers — post-doctoral researchers and PhD candidates — to present their work at this stimulating, interdisciplinary meeting.

Mark your calendar! See you in Würzburg!

The TRACE Workshop organizing committee (Roland Pfister, Katharina Schwarz & Thomas Camus).


Extended Deadline EuroCogSci 2019 Call for Contributed Symposia

EuroCogSci 2019

SITUATED MINDS AND FLEXIBLE COGNITION

Call for Papers, Posters and Contributed Symposia

The conference EuroCogSci 2019 aims at providing a platform for discussing
the most recent developments in Cognitive Science. It will feature
contributed papers, symposia, and posters covering all subfields of
cognitive science, bringing together a large number of experts from Europe
and overseas.

Venue: Ruhr-Universität Bochum

Start: Monday, September 2nd, 2019

End: Wednesday, September 4th, 2019

Keynote Speaker:
Lawrence Barsalou (University of Glasgow)
Julia Fischer (Universität Göttingen)
Patrick Haggard (UCL, London)
Asifa Majid (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics)
Brian McLaughlin (Rutgers University)
Natalie Sebanz (CEU, Hungary)
John Spencer (University of East Anglia)

Invited Symposium I: Situated Robotics and its Applications

Minoru Asada (Osaka University) and Etienne Burdet (Imperial College London)

Invited Symposium II: Evolutionary Robotics

Dario Floreano (EPFL) and Partica A. Vargas (Heriot-Watt University)

Invited Symposium III: Theory of Mind and Its Developments

Ágnes M. Kovács (CEU), Beate Priewasser (Salzburg) and Albert Newen
(Ruhr-Universität Bochum)

Local organizing team:

Albert Newen (main organizer), Sabrina Coninx, Onur Güntürkün, Dorothea
Kolossa, Beate Krickel, Jonas Rose, Tobias Schlicht, Gregor Schöner, Alfredo
Vernazzani, Markus Werning, Pascale Willemsen

Call for Contributed Symposia

We encourage the joint submission of thematically related papers of a key
research topic as symposia. More information at:
https://www.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/philosophy/EuroCogSci2019/call-for-contribute
d-symposia

The deadline for submission of symposia proposals: 28 February 2019

Call for Papers and Posters

We invite contributions on recent research in any subfield of cognitive
science. More information at:
https://www.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/philosophy/EuroCogSci2019/call-for-papers-and
-posters

The deadline for submission of papers & posters: 31 March 2019

Call for Registration: a detailed call will be sent out later.

Contact information:  <mailto:EuroCogSci2019@rub.de> EuroCogSci2019@rub.de


Bochum-Rutgers-Workshop Call for Registration

WORKSHOP ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR REGISTRATION

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN PHILOSOPHY AND COGNITIVE SCIENCE

Bochum-Rutgers-Workshop
March 18-19, 2019
Ruhr-University Bochum, GA 04/187

Keynote Speakers:
Kasia M. BIESZCZAD (Neuroscience, Rutgers)
Stephen BUTTERFILL (Philosophy, Warwick)
Lorena DEUKER (Neuropsychology, RUB)
Onur GÜNTÜRKÜN (Biopsychology, RUB)
Pernille HEMMER (Psychology Rutgers)
Albert NEWEN (Philosophy, RUB)
Robert VAN GULICK (Psychology, Syracuse)

Chair Persons:
Frances Egan (Rutgers)
Brian McLaughlin (Rutgers)
Robert Matthews (Rutgers)
Tobias Schlicht (RUB)
Markus Werning (RUB)

Registration:
Participation is free but seats are limited, so please register by sending
an email to hilfskraefte-newen@rub.de

Scientific Organization:
Albert Newen (RUB)
Brian McLaughlin (Rutgers)